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Under the Skin


Scarlett Johansson, Kryštof Hádek, Paul Brannigan, Michael Moreland View All


Jonathan Glazer (Screenplay), Jonathan Glazer (Director), Walter Campbell (Screenplay) View All

Release: Mar. 14th, 2014
Runtime: 1 hour, 48 minutes
A seductive alien prowls the streets of Glasgow in search of prey: unsuspecting men who fall under her spell.
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The film begins with the alien learning to act as a human being, by wearing human skin and learning English.
Where the film is less effective imo are the more mundane shots, certainly in the first half, that serve a purpose but are too often overly drawn out and when in close proximity to each other make the movie drag somewhat.
They play an integral part of the plot of this film, but also an integral part of how we, as the audience, experiment it.